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    The Ravens gambled and went for a potential game-winning 2-point conversion attempt with 12 seconds left but couldn’t convert in a 20-19 loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Here are five things we learned Sunday. The Ravens finally found a game they could not win close and ugly. We have wondered for weeks how long the Ravens could keep winning in the face of unproductive first quarters, erratic offensive performances, negative turnover differentials and depth-sapping injuries. Somehow, they went into Sunday as the AFC’s No. 1 seed. After the Cincinnati Bengals fell to the Los Angeles Chargers earlier in the afternoon, they had a chance to widen their lead in the AFC North to two games with five to play. Yes, they were entering the devil’s den known as Heinz Field — Terrible Towels, cussing fans, “Renegade,” the whole bit. But these were not the scary Steelers of old. The leading storylines in Pittsburgh were the possible impending retirement of 39-year-old quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the sudden failure of a defense that had allowed 82 points over...
    10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears found a new way to give another game away in the final minute — this time to a former undrafted quarterback making his first NFL start. Tyler Huntley was able to leave Soldier Field as the hero after the Baltimore Ravens claimed a 16-13 victory Sunday afternoon. 1. Flash back to the middle of October 2019: The Bears were in a rut and had just lost at home to the New Orleans Saints. The final score was 36-25, but the game wasn’t nearly that close as the offense scored two touchdowns in garbage time to turn a rout-in-the-making into an 11-point loss. Mitch Trubisky was forced to attempt 54 passes that afternoon, and when all was said and done, Matt Nagy was forced to answer for why the team handed the ball off only five times and the offense had a total of seven rushing attempts when adding in quarterback runs. The seven attempts set a franchise record for fewest carries in a game. I reference this head-scratcher because this was...
    The Ravens had their worst performance of the season in a lopsided 41-17 home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Here are five things we learned Sunday afternoon: The Ravens cannot dwell on a humiliating defeat any more than they did on a proud victory. The Ravens entered with a 5-1 record built on one-score victories and a single blowout. They exited as victims of a pummeling that sent them into their bye week facing serious questions about their status as an AFC contender. We’re talking about what happened Sunday, right? Well, yes, but we could also be describing the events of Oct. 21, 2012, when the Ravens fell, 43-13, to the Houston Texans. That story ended 3 ½ months later in New Orleans, with Joe Flacco clutching a Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award. This is not to say the Ravens are destined to win the Super Bowl because they ate a blowout in Week 7. It’s just to say that one week is one week in the NFL. It’s not unusual for an eventual champion to be embarrassed on...
    After Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson’s first loss to the Cincinnati Bengals as a starter on Sunday afternoon, all he could say was “damn, bruh.” The Ravens’ 41-17 defeat at home was not only their worst loss since Jackson took over as the starter in 2018, but it was the first time they’ve allowed that many points since 2013, when they lost to the New England Patriots, 41-7. According to ESPN, the Bengals’ point total was the second-most the Ravens have allowed in series history, and the loss also marked the seventh time the Ravens allowed 41 points or more at home. “We just move on,” said Jackson, who is now 5-1 against Cincinnati. “They played a great game. I feel like our guys played a great game as well, a little bit, here and there. But they got the ‘W.’ We’re going to go into next week, [and] we’re going to work, see where we messed up when we watched the film and [just] move on.” A week after the Ravens’ secondary limited Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, Bengals...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens’ road to the playoffs has included multiple unplanned detours and turns in the form of injuries and COVID-19 infections. It had the roster and schedule in flux. One of the first big injuries was the loss of All-Pro offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley who suffered a season-ending injury before the year was halfway over. Related Coverage:  Baltimore Ravens Set For Playoff Rematch Against Tennessee Titans In Wild Card Round Next Weekend Streaking Ravens Look Forward To ‘Next Challenge’ Vs. Titans Thanksgiving week brought the COVID-19 outbreak. Twenty-three players out of commission, two games postponed and rescheduled. The Ravens emerged with a 6-5 record and had to fight to the finish to earn a playoff spot. It’s a significant departure from the Ravens’ road to the playoffs a year ago when they cruised into the postseason on a 12-game winning streak. “There is no comparison,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said. “We’re excited about the opportunity. I love the team, I love the players, the coaches… I love what we’ve been through, the adversity, the challenges...
    A big fight broke out in the stands Sunday when the Eagles lost to the Ravens. In a video tweeted by Barstool Sports, a guy can be seen walking over seats as he confronts some people in Ravens gear, and then all hell broke loose. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) Watch the absurd altercation below. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) 1st game back in the stands for Philly scumbags and they are already fighting. Nature is healing. (Via ig:its_dyl_doe) pic.twitter.com/3QTf1pLBQN — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 18, 2020 You know nature is healing when we have gigantic brawls breaking out in the stands during NFL games. It’s truly a sign that we’re returning to normal. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down) Every season, we get a bunch of great brawl videos. Given how fans are limited during the coronavirus pandemic, we haven’t seen a ton of brawls in 2020. (SLIDESHOW: This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet) Well, that’s starting to change and this is one of the craziest...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Despite high hopes when the Baltimore Ravens took to the field Monday night, Ravens fans predicting the team would defeat the defending Super Bowl champions were disappointed. Prior to the game, energy was high as the Ravens hoped this time they would be able to top the Kansas City Chiefs. “You got to beat the best to be the best. We’ve lost to them two years in a row,” Ravens fan Coleman Tirone said. “It’s unfortunate we don’t have any fans there today but I know Lamar says he has one goal in mind and it’s bigger than the MVP. He wants to win it all.” Hours later, fans were singing a different tune. “The Ravens will come back stronger,” one Twitter user wrote following the loss. “This is a lesson learn [sic] for our team.” The Ravens will come back stronger. This is a lesson learn for our team. #BigTruzz — FutureEndeavors (@FutureEndeavor3) September 29, 2020     Fans were upset to see Mark Andrews’ three drops during the game. Crucial drops!! — david randall...
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